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We are pleased to share that we are the proud recipients of the Cambridge Times Readers Choice 2017 Diamond Award for Best Real Estate Lawyer.

Thank you to all who voted; we look forward to continually serving our community with excellence in 2018.
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In R v Johnson, the court had the opportunity to consider a defence of honest but mistaken belief: the defendant was caring for a Marijuana grow-op and, when police attended, advised that his boss had a license to grow marijuana at the residence. It was…
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A position has opened for an experienced part-time receptionist for our busy law office to work afternoons between 1:00p.m. and 5:30p.m. Monday-Friday. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to handle a seven line switchboard is a…
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Amendments to the Criminal Records Act (CRA) came into effect on March 13, 2012, resulting in changes to the pardon program’s name, eligibility requirements, and waiting periods, as follows: The term “pardon” has been replaced with the term “record…
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On January 1, 2016, new rules pertaining to pedestrian crossovers and school crossings came into being, but with the new rules came confusion and questions. When should you stop and allow a pedestrian to fully cross the road before moving forward? The…
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In December, 2015, the Court of Appeal of Ontario relaxed their judgement in R. v. Araya. The accused had been convicted of manslaughter. The ultimate issue to be decided at the Court of Appeal was whether the accused’s lack of co-operation with the…
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The Supreme Court of Canada just released  R. v. Lacasse, overturning the Quebec Court of Appeal’s decision to reduce the sentence of six and a half years imprisonment to four years in jail. The Supreme Court restored the six and a half year prison term…
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In R v White, the Court of Appeal recently endorsed the trial judge’s finding that investigators overstepped constitutionally permitted boundaries in entering a condo building with a controlled entrance to make observations and gather evidence against a…
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Matlow, Miller, Cummins, Thrasher LLP is please to announce that Maxwell Shiffman has joined the firm at a student-at-law. Read more about Max. http://www.matlowmiller.com/lawyers/maxwell-shiffman/
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E-bikes represent a cost-effective and environmentally friendly means of transportation.  Since October 2009 the government of Ontario has permitted the use of e-bikes on public roadways.  Despite the increasing appeal of these vehicles the public are…
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